Accused in Club Q A mass shooting has killed an impressive 305 people after killing five people and wounding 25 others at a gay club in Colorado Springs last month, according to New York Post.
Tuesday morning, Anderson Lee Aldrich appeared in court for the first time since his arrest, where their criminal showed a heartbroken face after the sportsmen stepped in to subdue him, as he had previously said. The Shade Room.
Anderson Lee Aldrich was charged with 305 crimes in a court appearance Tuesday
Aldrich, a self-proclaimed no-nonsense activist, sat beside the activists as prosecutors presented their case.
They were charged with five counts of first and second degree murder and “multiple counts of bias.”
A 22-year-old man allegedly opened fire inside Club Q on Nov. 19 and continued to shoot for six minutes before they helped him.
Bartenders Daniel Davis Aston, 28, and Derrick Rump were among the five people killed.
“I thought it was music, so I kept dancing,” survivor Joshua Thurman told reporters of the horrific incident. “Then I heard another shot, then me and another customer ran to the dressing room, went downstairs, locked the doors and called the police immediately.
He added: “There were bodies on the floor, blood, broken glass, broken cups and it was worse outside.”
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Aldrich, the stepson of former UFC fighter and porn star Aaron Brink and the grandson of California GOP governor Randy Voepel, was arrested at the scene and ordered held without bail.
Colorado Springs Mayor John Suthers told the AP that the attack ended shortly after a security guard wrestled the gun from the suspect before hitting him with it and pushing him until authorities arrived.
Aldrich and their mother, Laura Voepel, were both well-known to authorities before last month’s mass shooting.
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Aldrich’s mother, 45, was charged with resisting arrest and disorderly conduct a day after the shooting.
Voepel was told by police “multiple times” to “stop yelling” at her home or she would be arrested, according to the summons. KDVR.
They allegedly got into an argument and resisted arrest, the report states.
In court Tuesday, a federal judge said the case against Aldrich was “substantial” and added that prosecutors could change their case in the coming weeks.